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wanted to do a poll for my team, Which should we use for development of spring-boot?
I personally recommend VSCode, what about you guys?

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  • 14
    Can you not just allow your team to use whatever ide they want?
  • 4
    Also, I hope the poll you speak of is for your team to decide what IDE they wish to use, and not for devRant to decide.
  • 1
    @delegate212 We have total freedom, my team members wanted to know what the community thinks
  • 4
    @neo-73 Ah Fair.

    VS Code. Never been a fan of JetBrains ides. Their .NET tools are great tho, ReSharper, dotnetPeak and their memory profiling offerings.
  • 4
    Intelij if you have a decent pc.
  • 1
    Does intellj have spring functionality? I thought it was just intellj ultimate that had functional support...
  • 1
    Personally, I would go with VS Code. But I'm of the opinion that IDE is more of a personal choice. In my team we have the option to choose whichever IDE we like.
  • 4
    vsCode, but my team can use anything they want, we just all use vsCode.
  • 3
    @C0D4 "I thought we all settled on Eclipse... What the hell, mate"
  • 1
    @Jilano ๐Ÿ™only for very rare occasions, or I'm working with java... about the only good thing eclipse can do, when it decides to not crash.
  • 0
    @C0D4 The crashes are there to remind you of the good times (when it works)!
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  • 3
    I'm still a NetBeans fan ๐Ÿ˜„
  • 3
    NOT the normal visual studio. That shit gives you cancer faster than smoking..
  • 0
    It really depends on what you develop in, the support for that language and what you think is a good developer experience.

    Are you asking about intellij idea specifically or all jetbrains products?

    Personally I develop on an EC2 instance using intellij becuase at work I develop in scala. I do prefer vs code for a lot of its features but the experience is not fun in vs code. I use vim for quick text editing when going through the terminal.

    I also have a colleague who is perfectly happy with his vim setup.
  • 3
    Spring is a Java framework right?
    If it is, then go with Intelij. The Java integration in Intelij vs VS Code is just better in my opinion.
  • 0
    wth bruh. one is free and one is not.
  • 0
    @Aiei intelij has a free community version. I have the pro one as well because im a student. There are no features that you would miss from it.
  • 0
    @24th-Dragon sorry, i was talking about rider for .net development. but yeah, today i learned intellij has free version.
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